So today's goal is to knock out the additional pages I wanted last night for today's quota. Tonight isn't going to be a good night for working either. New episode of Mythbusters where they look at the Hindenburg disaster. Since there are dirigibles in Fallen it's only appropriate I watch. ;-)
The rewrite is going well, all things considered, though I'm quite unhappy with the state of the prologue. It reads a lot smoother now and I can only hope I can pass along these edits to Andy Cox when the story runs in Black Static. Hindsight being what it is, I think it's easy for a writer to change a piece over and over and over again. A horrible rut if you fall into it, but it's so easy for it to happen.
Only 10-12 lines added (not cut) in this revision, even though there are places where I've liberally struck out lines. Call it a half page. Additional new pages will make a bold appearance after chapter two. I'm inserting a new Hunters and Hunted chapter there before switching back to the male lead as the viewpoint character. The motto for this project is "hold nothing back" and I plan to live by those words.
After I finished reading Winter's Heart the day before (my first book read for the new year and an unofficial 52 (or 50) book challenge) I'm still left bouncing back and forth trying to figure out what to read next. I'm the type of reader who needs to get to a certain point, different for each book, before it hooks me.
So ... multiple choice question about what I should tackle for anyone who's interested.
A) Lisey's Story
B) The Chinatown Death Cloud Peril
C) Midnight Tides
D) Dead Beat
As you can see, I'm a bit behind in my reading. ;-)
And this also makes me reconsider upgrading to the point where I can create polls. Wonder if the advertising version (which isn't too onerous from what I've seen on other journals) is enough of a bump?